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点菜 diǎncài Ordering food. Ms. Tung 童老师 tóng lǎoshī 5/18/2012. Learning Objectives. Unit project Students show their knowledge to organize short skits for ordering food, and to produce the practices of culture to reflect a Chinese way of viewing in the real-life situation.

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Di nc i ordering food

点菜 diǎncài Ordering food

Ms. Tung 童老师

tónglǎoshī 5/18/2012


Learning objectives
Learning Objectives

Unit project

Students show their knowledge to organize short skits for ordering food, and to produce the practices of culture to reflect a Chinese way of viewing in the real-life situation.

点菜 diǎncài Ordering food


Learning objectives today
Learning objectives: Today

  • Students are able to understand Chinese dinning etiquette/custom.

  • Students are able to tell Chinese dishes in Mandarin and understand the words from teacher dictation

  • Students are able to discover their classmates' favorite dishes.

点菜 diǎncài


Agenda
Agenda

  • Chinese dining etiquette/custom

  • Introduction of new knowledge: New vocabulary

  • Bingo (guided practice)

  • Homework & Closure

点菜 diǎncài


Chinese dining etiquette custom
Chinese dining etiquette/custom

Q1 :Where is the most important guest

seat in the dining table ?

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Dining Seating Arrangements

It shows the importance of each guest and

a sign of respect for the guest.

Normally, the seat of honor faces the door or

main entrance.

The host/ the elderly or the most important guest

will have the seat of honor.

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Chinese dining custom
Chinese dining custom

Q2: Can you stick your chopsticks upright in your rice? Why?


Do not stick your chopsticks upright in your riceAbsolutely not. Because it’s the way a bowl of rice is offered to the spirit of a dead person in front of their photograph.


Chinese dining custom1
Chinese dining custom

Q3:Host orders beef broccoli. However I like beef, but I don’t like broccoli.

  • I use the chopstick to find beef only.

  • I use spoon to take both, but I give broccoli to someone else.

  • I don’t eat this dish.


Skit sample
Skit sample

Your best friend’s father got the promotion.

You are invited to have dinner at the first time after you and your friend’s sport game.

You were tried and hungry. You ordered the bubble tea without asking. You loved beef but broccoli. You took beef only and put all broccoli aside while serving the meal.


Yao restaurant bar
餐厅 YAO Restaurant & Bar。

  • 門高與籃框高度同為10呎 (10 feet)

    (304.8公分= basketball hoop)

    姚明喜愛的上海菜的特色,

    招牌菜「北京烤鴨」

  • http://www.yaorestaurant.com/

    7’6”


Di nc i order food meals

点菜 diǎncài order food/meals


Ch n ju n

春卷 chūn juǎn


Ch n ju n1

It is call spring rolls because all vegetables (bean sprout, cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside

春卷 chūn juǎn


Su n l t ng sour and hot soup

酸辣汤 cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside Suān là tāngSour and hot soup


Ch o f n

炒饭 cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside Chǎo fàn


Ch o mi n

炒面 cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside chǎo miàn


Ch o f n1

酸辣汤 cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside

Suān là tāng

炒饭Chǎo fàn

春卷 chūn juǎn

炒面 chǎo miàn


我喜欢 cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside _________。

wǒ xǐ huan

I like

我不喜欢_________。

wǒ bù xǐhuan

I don't like

我喜欢 (dish)_________ 。

我不喜欢 (dish)_________ 。


Ch o f n2

酸辣汤 cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside

Suān là tāng

炒饭Chǎo fàn

春卷 chūn juǎn

炒面 chǎo miàn


B i j ng k o y

北京烤鸭 cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside běi jīngkǎo yā


麻婆豆腐 cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside Mápó dòu fu


M p d u fu

麻婆豆腐 cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside Mápó dòu fu

Ma stands for "mazi" (Pinyin: mázi Traditional Chinese 麻子) which means a person disfigured by pockmarks. Po (Chinese 婆) translates as "old woman". Hence, Mapo is an old woman whose face was pockmarked. It is thus sometimes translated as "Pockmarked-Face Lady's Tofu".


L z j

辣子鸡 cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside là zǐ jī


L z j1

辣子鸡 cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside

là zǐ jī

Call 911 Chicken!


西兰牛 cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside xī lán niú


北京烤鸭 cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside

běi jīngkǎo yā

麻婆豆腐Mápó dòu fu

辣子鸡là zǐ jī

西兰牛 xī lán niú


我点 cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside _________。

wǒ diǎn

I order

我不点_________。

wǒ bù diǎn

I don't order

我点 (dish)_________。

我不点 (dish)_________ 。


北京烤鸭 cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside

běi jīngkǎo yā

麻婆豆腐Mápó dòu fu

辣子鸡là zǐ jī

西兰牛 xī lán niú


Ch o f n3

酸辣汤 cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside

Suān là tāng

炒饭Chǎo fàn

春卷 chūn juǎn

炒面 chǎo miàn


北京烤鸭 cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside

běi jīngkǎo yā

春卷 chūn juǎn

西兰牛

xī lán niú

酸辣汤 Suān là tāng

辣子鸡

là zǐ jī

炒饭Chǎo fàn

麻婆豆腐Mápó dòu fu

炒面 chǎo miàn


What is your favorite dish es from each category
What is your favorite dish( cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside es) from each category?

Short responses

Vocabulary self-study guide

http://www.hot4chinesetung.com/ordering-food.html


  • Guided practice cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside

  • Objective: Students are able to tell Chinese dishes in Mandarin and understand the words from teacher dictation.

  • (Listening dictation)

  • Directions:

  • Students listen to dish words read by the teacher. You will hear each dish three times. You match thespecific dish and mark it in your bingo sheet.

  • Say “Bingo” when you have four in the row, column or diagonal.


Homework closure
Homework & Closure cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside

  • Homework due Next Monday

  • Word ladders

  • List vocabulary words for the unit, with the hardest ones on top and the easiest on the bottom.

    Vocabulary self-study guide

    http://www.hot4chinesetung.com/ordering-food.html

  • Closure

  • Tell me one dish you learned today.


Word ladders
Word Ladders cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside

Learning objective: Students are able to tell the words and meaning.

Direction:

  • List vocabulary words for the unit, with the hardest ones on top and the easiest on the bottom.

  • Work in pair. First they decide whether they want to practice from Chinese to English or vice versa.


Word ladders1
生字 cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside Word Ladders

4. Starting on the bottom word. Student A begins saying the word, If Student A is correct, then goes the one above it, trying to climb to the top of the ladder.

  • If Student A misses one, he/she has “fallen off” the ladder, the paper is turned around, and student B tries to climb it.

  • Whoever gets to the top first wins.


5 sh zi t u

5. cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside 狮子头 shī zi tóu


5. cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside 狮子头


8. cabbage, carrot, cilantro, mint, basil, etc.) are inside 水饺


In certain parts of China, boiled dumplings called Jiaozi are served at midnight on New Years Eve, instead of Nian Gao. These dumplings are associated with good fortune because they're shaped kind of like ancient gold ingots - the Jin Yuanbao. Sometimes an actual coin is hidden in one of the Jiaozi. The person that gets this dumpling has extra good luck.


10. are served at midnight on New Years Eve, instead of Nian Gao. These dumplings are associated with good fortune because they're shaped kind of like ancient gold ingots - the Jin Yuanbao. Sometimes an actual coin is hidden in one of the Jiaozi. The person that gets this dumpling has extra good luck.火锅


10 hu gu

The Chinese hot pot boasts a history of more than 1,000 years. While often called "Mongolian hot pot", it is unclear if the dish actually originates in Mongolia. Mongol warriors had been known to cook with their helmets, which they used to boil food, but due to the complexity and specialization of the utensils and the method of eating it, hot pot cooking is much better suited to a sedentary culture.

10.火锅 huǒ guō


Chinese dining custom2
Chinese dining custom years. While often called "Mongolian hot pot", it is unclear if the dish actually originates in Mongolia. Mongol warriors had been known to cook with their helmets, which they used to boil food,

Question 2

What is the table setting in Chinese way ?

  • Spoon, plate, fork

  • Plate, spoon, chopstick

  • Chopstick, plate, spoon

  • Plate, chopstick, spoon


Table setting in chinese way
Table setting in Chinese way years. While often called "Mongolian hot pot", it is unclear if the dish actually originates in Mongolia. Mongol warriors had been known to cook with their helmets, which they used to boil food,


Homework closure1
Homework & Closure years. While often called "Mongolian hot pot", it is unclear if the dish actually originates in Mongolia. Mongol warriors had been known to cook with their helmets, which they used to boil food,

  • Homework due Next Monday

  • Word ladders

  • Closure

  • List one Chinese table manner you learned today.

  • List your favorite dish in Pinyin from today’s list.


可乐 years. While often called "Mongolian hot pot", it is unclear if the dish actually originates in Mongolia. Mongol warriors had been known to cook with their helmets, which they used to boil food, kě lè


N i ch

奶茶 years. While often called "Mongolian hot pot", it is unclear if the dish actually originates in Mongolia. Mongol warriors had been known to cook with their helmets, which they used to boil food,nǎi chá


B ng shu

冰水 years. While often called "Mongolian hot pot", it is unclear if the dish actually originates in Mongolia. Mongol warriors had been known to cook with their helmets, which they used to boil food,bīng shuǐ


B ng q l n

冰淇淋 years. While often called "Mongolian hot pot", it is unclear if the dish actually originates in Mongolia. Mongol warriors had been known to cook with their helmets, which they used to boil food,bīng qí lín


B ng q l n1

冰水 years. While often called "Mongolian hot pot", it is unclear if the dish actually originates in Mongolia. Mongol warriors had been known to cook with their helmets, which they used to boil food,bīng shuǐ

奶茶nǎi chá

冰淇淋 bīng qí lín

可乐kě lè


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